Rough Diamond Ring

$265.00
About Details Inspiration

  • Shipping for orders during the sale is FREE for purchases over $150. For purchases under $150, a flat $5 fee within the USA will be charged to cover packaging and shipping costs.
  • International orders will shop according to our regular policies
  • Your order will arrive via US First Class Mail- expect 2 weeks to receive your package
  • All sales of discontinued EWJ styles are FINAL. No refunds or exchanges
  • Every cult classic jewel that remains after the sale will be donated to Dress for Success which helps unemployed women find (and accessorize) their way through the interview process.

Weighing in at about 1/3 of a carat each, these uncut, unpolished diamonds are of a quality that would be better called "industrial-grade".  In other words, they were probably meant to be processed into drill tips.  We saved them from this fate and elevated them to wedding-worthy heights by hand-setting each one into a classic Tiffany-style solitaire mounting.  Note that these stones' color ranges from light green to orangey-green to dark grey, and we can't standardize the colors we get.  While your diamonds may not look exactly like the ones pictured here, know that your stone will be gorgeous and unique (just like you!)

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  • Age: contemporary. Made by hand in New York City. 
  • Materials: 14k yellow gold with approximately 1/3ct raw, cube-shaped diamond.
  • Lead Time/ Terms of Sale: Please allow 6 weeks for us to build this ring to your exact specifications. While it can be resized in the future (for an additional fee of $90), it is considered a special custom order and therefore is FINAL SALE. It is non-returnable and not eligible for exchange. 

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 In his Naturalis Historiae, published in 77 AD, Pliny wrote about diamonds' usefulness as tools:

    These stones are tested upon the anvil, and will resist the blow to such an extent, as to make the iron rebound and the very anvil split asunder. Indeed its hardness is beyond all expression ... When, by good fortune, this stone does happen to be broken, it divides into fragments so minute as to be almost imperceptible. These particles are held in great request by engravers, who enclose them in iron, and are enabled thereby, with the greatest facility, to cut the very hardest substances known.

 

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About Details Inspiration

  • Shipping for orders during the sale is FREE for purchases over $150. For purchases under $150, a flat $5 fee within the USA will be charged to cover packaging and shipping costs.
  • International orders will shop according to our regular policies
  • Your order will arrive via US First Class Mail- expect 2 weeks to receive your package
  • All sales of discontinued EWJ styles are FINAL. No refunds or exchanges
  • Every cult classic jewel that remains after the sale will be donated to Dress for Success which helps unemployed women find (and accessorize) their way through the interview process.

Weighing in at about 1/3 of a carat each, these uncut, unpolished diamonds are of a quality that would be better called "industrial-grade".  In other words, they were probably meant to be processed into drill tips.  We saved them from this fate and elevated them to wedding-worthy heights by hand-setting each one into a classic Tiffany-style solitaire mounting.  Note that these stones' color ranges from light green to orangey-green to dark grey, and we can't standardize the colors we get.  While your diamonds may not look exactly like the ones pictured here, know that your stone will be gorgeous and unique (just like you!)

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  • Age: contemporary. Made by hand in New York City. 
  • Materials: 14k yellow gold with approximately 1/3ct raw, cube-shaped diamond.
  • Lead Time/ Terms of Sale: Please allow 6 weeks for us to build this ring to your exact specifications. While it can be resized in the future (for an additional fee of $90), it is considered a special custom order and therefore is FINAL SALE. It is non-returnable and not eligible for exchange. 

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 In his Naturalis Historiae, published in 77 AD, Pliny wrote about diamonds' usefulness as tools:

    These stones are tested upon the anvil, and will resist the blow to such an extent, as to make the iron rebound and the very anvil split asunder. Indeed its hardness is beyond all expression ... When, by good fortune, this stone does happen to be broken, it divides into fragments so minute as to be almost imperceptible. These particles are held in great request by engravers, who enclose them in iron, and are enabled thereby, with the greatest facility, to cut the very hardest substances known.

 

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